This Louis Braille craft activity is an opportunity for students to create a tactile replica of the Braille alphabet. Depending on the level of their fine motor ability, students can create their first and/or last name or just initials. Students can also make a replica of the entire alphabet.
Note: This is a very fine motor skill focused activity.
This purchase includes:
• reference sheet of Braille alphabet
• blank cells for students to cut out and paste small beads on
• blank cells for entire alphabet
• photographs of steps and finished product
You will need the following additional materials:
• glue sticks
• Elmer's glue
• tiny beads
• blank paper
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